This week we discuss some of the recent news on SARS-COV-2, is it aerosolized and what does that mean? We also get into the big spike in infections in Florida and considerations if you are looking to disinfect things with a sprayer, electrostatic sprayer, or mist/fogger.
It’s been a busy week.
Last Friday Dr. Nick and I participated in a webinar for CAI and the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce giving them an update on COVID-19 and discussing issues to consider when going back to work. We had an excellent discussion and Q&A session.
Then we put up the first module for our Employer education series to create a plan to reopen called Safely Back to Work. You can take the first module free, which takes you through the First Step of creating a plan, introduces you to the concept of a COVID Coordinator and gives you insights into the remaining program. Please take a look and let us know your thoughts.
Then we did this week’s discussion on COVID-19, in which Dr. Nick talks about the gender differences seen with the disease and Remdesivir a drug that may show some promise in treatment, while I cover some of the State’s plans to reopen, including Florida and introduce a few things to think about when you are planning to bring your employees back to work.
Here’s this week’s discussion:
And here’s the webinar we did for CAI and the NC Chamber of Commerce:
Oh and one more thing, Dr. Nick set up a web page for all things COVID-19 here
In this week’s discussion we touch on:
- the importance of Testing, Tracing and Treatment for SARS2-COVID-19
- the recent decision by the Mayor of Jacksonville, FL, Fred’s home town, to re-open the beaches and
- provide a few details of the training programs and consulting services we are putting together for employers to get people back to work safely.
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